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I have a Base MP3 player that does nothing when i plug it into the computer except charge, usually when i plug something into the usb it will automatically install it but this one wont do anything, how do i get it to connect so i can downlaod.

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Check to see if you have another port on your unit, or see your comp prpmpts for other than charge.

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